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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:44 am 
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Oh, right, i wonder what word, :? could it work on a different thread Penny, [what you wanted to post?

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:53 am 
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Wouldnt there be conjunctivitis in a cat with Chlamydia

Not necessarily. It can manifest itself as a URI causing sniffles and eye problems and in this form is often mistaken for one of the 'cat flu' viruses which is a shame because it's easily treated. The theory is that it can also be an apparently symptomless STD which an owner has no idea exists in their cat. In this case it's just about impossible to test for but a course of Doxy seems to do the trick with many a queen having problems conceiving or with a history of deformed or stillborn kittens.

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It's a human medication beginning with Z Penny :D

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Cracked it I have the right word...No problem this time. Penny :D

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Chlamydia is symptomless in humans most of the time, hence spreading it so freely. Penny :D

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It's a human medication beginning with Z Penny :D

I think Zith has been overtaken by Doxy as the most effective treatment for Chlamydia in cats Penny. I know Zith was popular for a while but it isn't the first choice now as far as I know.

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If the other cat had perfect kittens by the same stud, it would most likely be in the cat which had dead kittens though
I mentioned Chlamydia,but she said the cat has always seemed well, but if it could be symptomless, who knows :?
I dont know if she had the cat from a kitten or bought it as an adult, :?

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